Bangladesh- Dhaka Regency Lodge indicator MoU with SCCI

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(MENAFN – Bangladesh Watch) DHAKA: The Sylhet Chamber of Commerce & Industries (SCCI) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Dhaka Regency Hotel & Resort on Oct 10.
The hotel is agreed to offer greatest price delivers and exclusive privileges to all users and attendees of SCCI.
On displaying SCCI membership card, the lodge will get 40 per cent discount for resort accommodation, 25 per cent for Conditioning Club and Spa & Saloon, and 15 for every cent on food and beverage (F & B). SCCI will get 50 for every cent discounted on hall rent to keep an occasion.
Even so, the SCCI users will be entitled for other promotions declared by the lodge.
The MoU was signed by Khandker Shiper Ahmed, President of SCCI and Shahid Hamid, FIH, Govt Director of Dhaka Regency Lodge at the resort, represented their respective corporations.
Sheikh Ahsan Ishaque, Director Income & Promoting Dhaka Regency have been current alongwith Md Emdad Hossain, Vice President of SCCI, Administrators Ziaul Haque, Pintu Chakraborty, Musfiq Jagirdar, Amiruzzaman Chowdhury, Mukir Hossain, Chowdhury, Abdur Rahman, Chandan Saha, Falh Uddin Ali Ahmed, Humayun Ahmed, AlHaj Md Atiq Hossain and Mujibur Rahman Mintu were also existing at the event.

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